Community Asset Mapping

APA Florida Chapter, Suncoast Section

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Saturday, October 15, 2016
10 a.m. - 10:50 a.m. EDT

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Overview

 

 

Sometimes the question “what does the neighborhood need?” yields varied and complex responses. Community Asset Mapping is one way for community leaders and residents to visualize the existing built environment, and its potential connections to the trends and characteristics of an identified population. In this hands-on clinic, attendees will gain experience using maps and worksheets to develop neighborhood improvement strategies.

 

Planning-related educational objective:

Attendees will learn to employ tools to identify, strategize and connect community assets for building neighborhood resilience and place-making.  The result of this approach is culturally-competent, contextually-sensitive neighborhood improvement strategies that incorporate the active engagement of residents and cross-sectional community partnerships.

 

Speakers

Anthony Olivieri

Invited Speaker

Anthony Olivieri, the founder of FHEED LLC (Food for Health, the Environment, Economy & Democracy), has a Masters in Urban & Regional Planning from FAU (2011) with a focus on community food systems, and a certificate in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Passionate about food justice, Anthony is a Community Food Systems consultant ... Read More

Jimmy Earle

Invited Speaker

Jeremy Earle, AICP, ASLA, FRA-RA is currently a Deputy Director in the Department of Sustainable Development for the City of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where he helps to oversee activities relating to citywide economic development, urban design and planning, code enforcement, and building/development services. In addition to being an award ... Read More

Alena Alberani

Invited Speaker

Alena A. Alberani is the Healthy Eating Active Living Program Manager at the Broward Regional Health Planning Council’s (BRHPC) Partnerships Transforming Our Community’s Health (TOUCH) initiative, which is funded through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). TOUCH is a true collaborative among over 30 Broward community-based ... Read More